Lifestyle

Your choice of lifestyle can impact your chances of having a healthy baby. A healthy lifestyle can go a long way to ensure a healthy and complication-free pregnancy.

Smoking

There is no safe limit for smoking. The only way to ensure that you and your baby are protected is to stop smoking altogether.

Alcohol

While there is no conclusive research on a safety limit for alcohol, it is best to cut back when you are planning to conceive.

Caffeine

Coffee, energy drinks and a few soft drinks have a high caffeine content and may adversely impact your fertility.

Nutrition

Proper nutrition via a healthy diet improves the chances of pregnancy as well as a healthy baby.

Drugs and Medicines

Certain drugs and medicines may impact your hormones and fertility profile, thereby reducing chances of getting pregnant.

Chemicals

Exposure to certain chemicals can adversely impact a woman’s reproductive health and reduce the chances of getting pregnant.

Useful Tools

Ovulation Tracker

What is the best time for you to get pregnant? Try our ovulation tracker to keep a track of your cycle and your fertility window.

Conception Checklist

Try our conception checklist tool to see how you are doing on the different factors affecting your fertility.

Fertility Timeline

Use our fertility timeline tool to keep a track of when and how many children you want to have, and help you plan your pregnancy journey.

Other factors that impact fertility

Timing

While planning a baby, know what time would be the best for conception.

Age

Age is the most influential factor on your fertility and chances of having a baby.

Weight

A healthy weight (BMI) increases your chances of getting pregnant.






Health

Timely diagnosis and treatment of certain health conditions could help keep your fertility in check

Discussion forum

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Did you know?

In a study conducted by AIIIMS Delhi in 2018, only 26% of the participants were aware of the critical age threshold after which it becomes difficult to get pregnant. Test your knowledge now!!